The Wall Street Journal’s popular Capital Journal column, which has not run since 2004, will return on Tuesday and will again be written by Gerald Seib, Washington executive editor.
“Mr. Seib began the Capital Journal column on March 10, 1993, and did it on a weekly basis until he was named Washington Bureau chief nine years later” the paper stated in a release. He continued to write the column “sporadically between 2002 and 2004, before it ended after the 2004 elections.
Read today’s column here.
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